Back to the question:
What is the distance between Houston and Moscow??
Who cares what the distance is between Houston and Moscow?
Why ask such a question???
Simply to determine what level of thought or what dimensional level you operate on.
The use of Personal Levels establishes a programming base for your mind. To REPROGRAM your mind it is useful to know where to begin.
If you are like most persons you will answer with a linear distance of between 5 and 15 thousand miles or kilometers. The correctness of the answer is not at stake here. We are simply looking for the pair of shoes that works for you to walk through the doors.
If you did give a linear distance answer, then consider YOUR STARTING POINT as
Level One - The Form Level.
On the other hand, if you answered this question using any type of TIME RELATED format, such as 8 to 12 to 24 hours by boat or plane or train or even overnight by FedEx . . . then consider yourself a Level Two person.
Level Two is the Experience Level.
Fewer persons will answer this question with a mental component such as a phone call away or a language of difference. If you answer was formatted in these terms then consider yourself a Level Three person at the START.
Level Three is the Flow Level.
Even fewer will answer this question by using very unusual comparison characteristics, such as a family away - for example, my heritage resides between Houston and Moscow. Or if you used the difference between governmental institutions or any type of reference to the old cold war or even a reference to the space program - for example, on Mir (the old Soviet Space Station) Houston and Moscow are only a hatchway apart. Any answer of this type would put you on
Level Four - the Myth Level.
As you can see there is no correct answer to the question. This is an establishing question - a starting point for you - your pair of shoes that fit your feet.